Credentials

Pupil Personnel Services Credential in School Counseling

Do have your Master’s Degree in a counseling related field but are unsure which credential in education is right for you? If you’re interested in a career that focuses on development, higher education and helping adolescents you should consider becoming a school counselor. Learn more about Brandman University’s Master of Arts in Counseling with Pupil Personnel Services Credential integrated program.

Added Emphasis Education Specialist Credential, Moderate/Severe

Added Emphasis Education Specialist Credential – Moderate/Severe

This program is designed specifically for current California teachers who have already achieved their Preliminary Education Specialist mild/moderate credential and wish to further expand their expertise in the field by adding the moderate/severe. In accordance with CTC standards, the program offers holders of a mild/moderate clear education specialist credential the opportunity to complete another the moderate/severe preliminary specialty area program to add to their clear credential.

Added Emphasis Education Specialist Credential, Mild/Moderate

Added Emphasis Education Specialist Credential – Mild/Moderate

This program is designed specifically for current California teachers who have already achieved their Preliminary Education Specialist credential in moderate/severe and wish to further expand their expertise in the field. In accordance with CTC standards, the program offers holders of a preliminary education specialist credential the opportunity to complete the mild/moderate preliminary specialty area program.

Teaching Credential, Preliminary, Mild/Moderate

Preliminary Education Specialist - Mild/Moderate Credential with an English Learner Authorization

Brandman University’s preliminary teaching credential in mild to moderate disabilities program prepares candidates to teach students with disabilities in grades kindergarten through high school, and adults up to age 22. Candidates will learn appropriate strategies for assessment, instruction, and collaboration to meet the needs of students with disabilities.